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Ecei Part-Time Research Associate: Tulsa Campus

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The University Of Oklahoma Norman , OK 73071

Posted 4 days ago

Our Early Childhood Education Institute (ECEI) at OU-Tulsa has multiple part-time, grant-funded, Part-Time Research Associate positions available. These staff positions will conduct multiple child assessments and classroom observations in early childhood and Pre-K classrooms. Work is primarily completed in the mornings, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30.

Preference will be given to candidates who are bilingual (Spanish). Preference will also be given to those who can work 3-5 days per week in the mornings.

Valid Oklahoma driver's license required at application or by time of hire.

Documents that are required to be attached as part of this application are: Resume and Cover Letter. Failure to attach ALL the required documents will result in your application not being sent through to the hiring department.

Required education: Requires Bachelor's Degree in Child Development, Psychology or related field.

Required experience: Some research, early childhood, or social service background. Computer, research and good oral and written communication skills required.

License: Valid Oklahoma driver's license at time of application or by time of hire.

Assets: Fluently bilingual (Spanish-English).


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Ecei Part-Time Research Associate: Tulsa Campus

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The University Of Oklahoma